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  • friday13
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    Originally posted by lammy82 View Post
    Zombie thread alert!

    Sorry to re-awaken it but I wanted to write out how to SAVE a rotated PDF using Foxit Reader.
    1. Rotate the PDF using View | Rotate View so it is displaying the way you want to save it, and zoom out so you can see the whole page.
    2. Open the print dialog by clicking File | Print
    3. Select "Foxit Reader PDF Printer" from the dropdown (you have got the PDF Printer component installed, right?)
    4. Under "Print Range" select "Current view"
    5. Click OK and then save the output file.
    @lammy82 Thank you so much!
    I know that Foxit admins want to publicize their software, but I am a company worker (no matter which, but a big one), and we have Foxit Reader proprietary customized to the company.
    They will not purchase the Foxit PhantomPDF because it is not really necessary for our daily work.

    This tip is amazing and should be the default answer of all Foxit memebrs due to this issue which is widely common google-searched and Foxit actually has the solution, no need to go to other companies or trash online-stealing-info websites.

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  • friday13
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    Originally posted by lammy82 View Post
    Zombie thread alert!

    Sorry to re-awaken it but I wanted to write out how to SAVE a rotated PDF using Foxit Reader.
    1. Rotate the PDF using View | Rotate View so it is displaying the way you want to save it, and zoom out so you can see the whole page.
    2. Open the print dialog by clicking File | Print
    3. Select "Foxit Reader PDF Printer" from the dropdown (you have got the PDF Printer component installed, right?)
    4. Under "Print Range" select "Current view"
    5. Click OK and then save the output file.
    @lammy82 Thank you so much!
    I know that Foxit admins want to publicize their software, but I am a company worker (no matter which, but a big one), and we have Foxit Reader proprietary customized to the company.
    They will not purchase the Foxit PhantomPDF because it is not really necessary for our daily work.

    This tip is amazing and should be the default answer of all Foxit memebrs due to this issue which is widely common google-searched and Foxit actually has the solution, no need to go to other companies or trash online-stealing-info websites.

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  • linleo
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    or you can reprint it as image, tick auto-rotate.

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  • RayNet
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    Perfect, BUT in addition I think that It would be a great idea to not forget to modify the layout of the page BEFORE printing this modified view.
    If the pdf was opened portrait, and we rotate the page minus 90° counterclockwise we need to change the layout from portrait to landscape.
    Avoiding to print "to fit printer margin" otherwise you modify the "picture" - put this option to "none".

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  • Lisa_lee
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    Originally posted by lammy82 View Post
    Zombie thread alert!

    Sorry to re-awaken it but I wanted to write out how to SAVE a rotated PDF using Foxit Reader.
    1. Rotate the PDF using View | Rotate View so it is displaying the way you want to save it, and zoom out so you can see the whole page.
    2. Open the print dialog by clicking File | Print
    3. Select "Foxit Reader PDF Printer" from the dropdown (you have got the PDF Printer component installed, right?)
    4. Under "Print Range" select "Current view"
    5. Click OK and then save the output file.
    Dear noyfbja,

    Thanks for sharing this smart workaround with us. You may also choose to give our Foxit PhantomPDF a try in which you are able to rotate page physically by clicking on "Organize"menu>"Rotate pages“ there.

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  • lammy82
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    Zombie thread alert!

    Sorry to re-awaken it but I wanted to write out how to SAVE a rotated PDF using Foxit Reader.
    1. Rotate the PDF using View | Rotate View so it is displaying the way you want to save it, and zoom out so you can see the whole page.
    2. Open the print dialog by clicking File | Print
    3. Select "Foxit Reader PDF Printer" from the dropdown (you have got the PDF Printer component installed, right?)
    4. Under "Print Range" select "Current view"
    5. Click OK and then save the output file.

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  • richell_huang
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    Our Foxit PhantomPDF Standard or Business supports this and it is very easy for use.
    Sorry to know that but your choice.

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  • pdfbro
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    after spent lots of time to save a rotated with foxit (which a document that scanned reversed ), i found this page and learnt that installed foxit on my computer is not capable to save it rotated.
    I cant remember which version was it, because of i unistalled. probably it was standart version .
    Also find a tool which calls "pdf siplit and merge basic". Harmfull to use it because of java but works. Now I turn back classic acrobat reader world.

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  • fanshiondong
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    thanks you,very useful

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  • richell_huang
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    Our Foxit PhantomPDF Standard could rotate pages, you can download it from our website for 35 days free trial.

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  • noyfbja
    started a topic FAQ Save rotated pdf.

    Save rotated pdf.

    Why the hell can't Foxit save a rotated file?

    Not having this option is dumb!
    and if the option is present then you guys put it in the wrong place because I cant find it.

    U mad bro? Hell ya!
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